As everyone knows -- or should know -- the Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the Constitution. It might have been eleven! See the Related Link for "The Failed Amendments" to the bottom for the answer.
To make the constitution, and to have ideas on it.
my civics teacher is making us write a new constitution any ideas
he contributed more ideas to the constitution than any other delegate
he contributed more ideas to the constitution than any other delegate.
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The ideas of John Locke were used in both the Declaration and the constitution .
the creators of the constitution wanted to make sure each branch have equal amounts of power.
The US Constitution idea was to revise the Articles of Confederation by the government leaders. The features found in the US Constitution outline freedoms and rights of the people. The ideas and features were written to make the government more powerful by the people.
The entire constitution has Federalist ideas and concepts.
Much of the Japanese Constitution is based on the US Constitution.
It has nothing to do with the constitution other than expressing the ideas that will be used in the constitution.
Salt i think. any ideas?
John Locke, mostly. He stole the ideas from a lot of other philosophers but he is the one credited with the influence for the Constitution.
They got ideas from the Roman Republic and their own brains.
john lockes ideas influenced farmers to shaye's rebellion where they tried to sieze the court but later sent militia to make them stop
It is the group of ideas which make the foundation for explaining any phenomena like ideas backed up with evidence.
The US Constitution is considered a typical example of enlightenment ideas.
The Constitution uses ideas from philosophers from the Enlightenment era. For example, John Locke's ideas on securing life, liberty and property and Montesquieu's ideas on separation of powers and checks and balances. that what caused the American revolution.
the United States Constitution.
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